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Positive Approach Can Encourage Increased Motivation

Positive Approach Can Encourage Increased Motivation

You can achieve things that some may have consider were impractical When you are positive. A positive attitude can assist you build strong relationships in addition to create improved motivation. If you have an objective in mind that you are having a tough time finding motivation to meet, try having a positive attitude. Even though, […]

Motivation over Mind - How to overcome Addiction

Motivation over Mind – How to overcome Addiction

For most people, addiction of any sort is very difficult to overcome. Addictions come in many forms, such as smoking, overeating, drugs and alcohol and even gambling. Most people can only overcome addiction by motivating themselves to give up the habit. Motivation is in the mind and the precise frame of mind can help you […]

Time Management in need of Noticeable Skills

Time Management in need of Noticeable Skills

In order to manage our time, our skills must be noticeable. If we are consuming hours watching television or chatting with friends online or not, we are not investing our precious time in manifesting the abilities to attain our goals and manage our time. To a certain extent, we are wasting what can never be […]

Affect of Constructive Discipline in Time Management

Affect of Constructive Discipline in Time Management

The screen starts flashing and all you see is DOS telling you a serious error have occurred Windows is outdated. Ok, now you are in trouble, you failed to put backup data in your time management scheme, and all the precious information that supports you company is on that computer. The worst thing likely occurs. […]

How To Provide Suppleness With Time Management

How To Provide Suppleness With Time Management

Time management is a basis for flexible schedules. When we have suppleness, we have more time for ourselves. Many of us make a list of tasks to manage and knock them down one by one. Some start with the bigger tasks, while others start with the smaller tasks and work their way up to the […]

Avoid Asking Questions Like "Mom! Where are My Papers on the Desk"

Avoid Asking Questions Like “Mom! Where are My Papers on the Desk”

When you walk in the door, you see a pile of papers floating around your desk, and when you go home, just as at the office, you can’t find those important papers you need so urgently to stay farther the trouble or make an excuse. When you come home at night, you and your spouse […]

Attention Deficit Disorder Coping Tips

Here are some tips to enjoy. Print them out and share with your family, neighbors, friends, church members, relatives and others who have ADD or would benefit by learning more about the disorder. Daily Living ADD TIPS Often the most obvious is overlooked. If you or someone you know suspects ADD / ADHD, seek help. […]

The Anatomy of Your Posture in Communication

The Anatomy of Your Posture in Communication

Since body language often speaks louder then words, a “posture of involvement” is particularly important in listening. Each region of the body can be oriented in such a way that it invites, facilitates, or holds an interpersonal relation.Or it can be oriented so as to break off, discourage, or avoid involvement. Communication tends to be […]